A break-up is painful enough, but the process of looking back at the how and why it ended up that way and can be agonizing.
Recent research shows that those who face their pain and look at how things went wrong have a better chance of success the next time.
Of the 210 young adults who had just experienced a break-up, half were asked to extensively air their feelings, and half filled out a simple survey.
Why did the survey find?
Authors of the study, Diane and Mario Cloutier, share recent research that suggests facing your pain after a breakup can help you move on faster and not make the same mistakes again.